Orange, H. In press. ‘(Un)even ground: embodied encounters with Cornish mining heritage.’ In G. Jaramillo & J. Tomann, (eds). Transcending the Nostalgic. Berghahn Books.
De Nardi, S., Orange, H., High, S. and Koskinen-Koivisto, E., eds (2019) The Routledge Handbook of Memory and Place. London: Routledge.
Orange, H., ed. (2015) Reanimating Industrial Spaces: Conducting Memory-Work in Post-Industrial Societies. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA.
May, S., Orange, H. and Penrose, S., eds (2012). The Good, the Bad and the Unbuilt: Handling the Heritage of the Recent Past. Archaeopress.
Orange, H. (2020) ‘Humor in the Industrial Workplace: Laughter in the Dry, Geevor Mine, Cornwall.’ The Journal of the Society of Industrial Archaeology, Vol. 43 (1&2), 93-104.
Orange, H. (2018) ‘Artificial light, night-work and daycentrism in post medieval and contemporary archaeology’, in Post-Medieval Archaeology, 409-414.
Orange, H. (2017) Flaming smokestacks: Night-time factory tourism in Japan. In the Journal of Contemporary Archaeology. Vol 4, 1: 59-72.
Graves-Brown, P. and Orange, H. (2017) “The stars look very different today.” Celebrity veneration, grassroot memorials and the apotheosis of David Bowie, in Material Religion, Vol 13 (1), 121-123.
Palmer, M. and Orange, H. (2016) The archaeology of industry: People and places. In Post-Medieval Archaeology, Vol. 50, 1: 73-91. Available free to download via Taylor & Francis online platform
Orange, H., Maxted, A., Sygrave, J. & Richardson, D. (2015) Whitehawk Camp community archaeology project: a Report from the Archives. In Archaeology International, Vol. 18, 51-55.
Orange, H. (2014) Changing technology, practice and values: What is the future of industrial archaeology? In Patrimonio: Arquelogia Industrial, Vol. 6, 64-69.
Orange, H. (2013) Public engagement at Archaeology South-East, in Archaeology International, Vol. 16, 41-46.
Orange, H. and Peters, C. (2011) The ‘expert’ amateur, professionalism and public engagement: The changing face of archaeology education in Cornwall from 1986-2011’, in Cornish Archaeology, Vol. 50, 127-132.
Orange, H. (2011) ‘The end of a moving staircase’: Industrial archaeology of the past, present and future. In Cornish Archaeology, Vol. 50, 137-139.
Orange, H. and Laviolette, P. (2010) Disgruntled tourist in King Arthur’s Court: Archaeology and identity at Tintagel, Cornwall, in Public Archaeology, Vol. 9(2), 85-107.
Orange, H. (2008) Industrial Archaeology: Its place within the academic discipline, the public realm and the heritage industry. In Industrial Archaeology Review. Vol. 30(2), 83-95.
Graves-Brown, P. & Orange, H. (2021) ‘Station to station: a field guide to rock music memorials in London.’ In J. Schofield & L. Maloney, (eds). Music and Heritage: New Perspectives on Place-making and Sonic Identity’. Routledge, 222-232.
Orange, H. (2019) Cornish mining heritage and Cornish identity: images, representations and narratives, in S. Berger (ed.), Constructing Industrial Pasts: Heritage, Historical Culture and Identity in Regions Undergoing Structural Economic Transformation. Berghahn Books, 107-127.
Orange, H. and Graves-Brown, P. (2019) “My death waits there among the flowers”: Popular Music Shrines in London as Memory and Remembrance (accepted) in, Sarah De Nardi, Hilary Orange, Eerika Koskinen-Koivisto and Steven High (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Memory and Place. London: Routledge, 345-356.
Orange, H. and Perring, D. (2017) Commercial archaeology in the UK: public benefit and engagement. In G Moshenska (ed.) Key concepts in Public Archaeology. London: UCL Press, 138-150. Online access.
Orange, H. (2015) Benders, benches and bunkers: contestation, commemoration and myth-making in the recent past. In H.Orange, ed. Reanimating Industrial Spaces: Conducting Memory-Work in Post-Industrial Societies. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA, 191-211.
Orange, H. (2011) Mind the gap: Archaeology and adult education, in G. Moshenska and S. Dhanjal (eds) Community Archaeology: Themes, Methods and Practices. Oxbow Books, 100-109.
Orange, H. (2010) Exploring sense of place: An ethnography of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site, in J. Schofield and R. Szymanski (eds) Sense of Place: Local Heritage in a Global Context. Ashgate Publishing, 99-118.
Orange, H (2012) Cornish Mining Landscapes: Public Perceptions of Industrial Archaeology in a Post-Industrial Society UCL Thesis, Redacted thesis available via UCL Discovery.